Indulge your love of Italian food in Tuscany, and enjoy a full-day tour that combines a market visit with a cooking class and 4-course meal with wine! After scouting out quality local ingredients at a historical Florence food market, travel to a rustic farmhouse in Tuscany, surrounded by exquisite countryside. Then, prepare your feast of pasta, bruschetta and Tuscan roast pork, plus beloved desserts such as tiramisu, before savoring the creations with Tuscan wine. Up to four glasses of wine are included throughout the day as well as a cooking diploma and the recipes.
• 7 hours
Fine-tune your appreciation of Tuscan wines and cuisine on this convivial 1-hour wine and cheese tasting in Florence. Head to a traditional, family-run 'enoteca' (wine bar) and enjoy the authentic setting as your expert, distinguished sommelier introduces you to four delicious Tuscan wines and platters of Tuscan produce. Taste three classic wines as you hear about their production, flavors and textures, and savor tantalizing cheeses, olive oils and other delicacies as your sommelier explains each flavor combination.The group size is limited to 12 participants for a personalized experience.
• 1 hour
Discover the delights of Milan by bike on a morning, afternoon or evening tour! Following an expert guide, you’ll cycle at a gentle pace around the captivating city streets, seeing top Milan attractions as well as lesser-known treasures that tourist maps miss. Explore fashionable and quirky neighborhoods like Manzoni and Ticinese, and see iconic Milan monuments such as Milan Duomo, Teatro La Scala, Castello Sforzesco (Sforza Castle) and more!Numbers are limited to ten on this small-group Milan bike tour, ensuring you’ll see the sights with personalized attention from your guide.
• 3.5 hours
Get to know Florence’s history and sights on a 2.5-hour morning walking tour of the city! With an expert local guide, discover the neighborhood of San Lorenzo and learn about the powerful Medici family who ruled the city during the Renaissance era. See the famous Medici Chapels and the Basilica of San Lorenzo, and visit the exterior of Florence Duomo. Finish by exploring the medieval quarter of the city, seeing Piazza della Signoria, the Ponte Vecchio and more!
• 2.5 hours
Visit two of Tuscany's most representative cities, Florence and Pisa in a full-day tour. Explore the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance, walk along medieval streets and admire the work of masters of Italian art, such us Brunelleschi's Dome on the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore. Take a picture in front of the world-famous Leaning Tower of Pisa.
• 12 hours
This 2 hour walking city tour will take you to the highlights of the city of Florence led by a local expert guide. This tour is a great introduction to the city and you will see Santa Croce Church, the Bargello Palace, Piazza della Signoria, Ponte Vecchio, Palazzo Vecchio, the Cathedral, Giotto's Bell Tower, Uffizi Gallery's courtyard, the church of San Lorenzo. The guide will give you also precious suggestions on how to spend your holiday in Florence and where to eat. This is a small group tour up to 15 people.
• 2 hours
Customised Pisa and Florence shore excursion from the port of Livorno for the discerning traveller seeking an authentic Italian experience on a small group tour with only the very best of English speaking driver guides. Discover Italy 'close up' on a Mercedes minivan of up to 7 - 8 people that takes you into the very heart of the city. Get the most of your time ashore to explore both the powerful 11th century Maritime city of Pisa and magnificent Renaissance Florence.
• 9 hours
Are you in search of the ultimate culinary Italian experience in Milan? This Afternoon Milan Food Tour with Beer or Wine Tasting is exactly what you need if you want to discover Italian food traditions and new trends in the coolest neighborhood in Milan.
• 3 hours
Don't miss an opportunity to see Michelangelo's sculptures and architectural design of the Medici Chapels in Florence. This homage to the great Medici leaders is decorated with the masterfully-sculpted allegories of Night, Day, Dawn, and Dusk.
• 3 hours
Want to immerse yourself in Renaissance art on a Monday when many of Florence’s big-name museums are closed? Then take a walking tour of the Medici Chapels or San Marco Museum: two of the city’s laudable yet lesser-known museums. Learn about the powerful Medici family while venturing through the Renaissance art–bedecked chapels and crypt, or explore the San Marco Museum, famous for its works by Beato Angelico, one of the most important Renaissance artists.
• 1 hour